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by alexis wilson
Say what you want about 007’s womanizing ways, but these Bond women are icons in their own right.
Live and Let Die (1973), Rosie Carver
Gloria Hendry’s agent Rosie Carver in Live and Let Die gives us a shoulder-baring jumpsuit and a colorful string bikini- updating the usually plain white seen on Bond girls in the past.
Live and Let Die (1973), Solitaire
Jane Seymour dazzles with romantic otherworldly style in an embroidered jumpsuit and dreamy nightgown as Solitaire, a Live or Let Die tarot reader.
A View to a Kill (1985), May Day
Grace Jones was dressed by longtime collaborator Azzedine Alaïa for her role of May Day in A View to Kill, where she dawned sweeping sci-fi-esque draping and androgynous spy style.
Famke Janssen’s GoldenEye wardrobe brings sharp black suits with curling high necks and more than a faint whiff of Cruella de Vil’s style.
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Tomorrow Never Dies (1996), Wai Lin
Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese spy who keeps it sporty in either a party gown or black catsuit in 1996’s Tomorrow Never Dies.